Kcsr Rules Book In Kannada Free 931 UPD ⚫

Kcsr Rules Book In Kannada Free 931 UPD ⚫



Kcsr Rules Book In Kannada Free 931

Unit- IV
Neutrality Meaning under the UN Charter, Rights and duties of neutral and Belligerent States,End of Neutrality, Right of Angary, Contraband and the Doctrine of Continuous Voyage,Blockade, Right of Visit and Search, Prize Courts,
K.M.Pillai, Labour and Industrial Laws, 1999
Dr. S.K.Puri, Labour and Industrial Laws (New Ed.)
D.D.Seth, Commentaries on Industrial Disputes Act, 1998

NDRD is a paramilitary force under the Union Ministry of Home Affairs. It consists of specialised units that are active in a number of fields of national importance. Its jurisdiction covers law and order, terrorism, prevention of terrorism, communal harmony, and training of armed forces.The NDRD is authorised to investigate any matter with the aim of finding those responsible for it. The NDRD is also authorised to gather information and evidence about the matter. The NDRD can secure any kind of evidence it needs. There is no provision in any statute to search or tap private telephone lines or telecommunications lines.An NDRD officer may approach any person, to produce, examine or copy any document or in any other way to carry out any investigation. If the person will not allow the investigation the NDRD officer may force him/her to give such authority. If the officer has reasonable grounds to believe that the information or material sought will be relevant and necessary to his investigation he may proceed with the investigation. He can take the information to a magistrate of the high court or police station, to be examined if appropriate.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued guidelines to the cadre of the NDRD in this matter. Any officer who is undertaking the investigation may have to get the approval of a senior officer, a Section Officer of the HQ or a senior officer of the sub-division where the investigation is to be conducted. If, however, the investigation deals with national security it may be initiated without the approval of the supervisory officers. The officer conducting the investigation may either hand the material collected or report to the supervisory officer without revealing the source of information. If the source is traced the officer may disclose the information.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued the guidelines, discussed above. They have also issued a clarification in August 1998, in which it states that
NDRD, in exercise of its powers, has to keep its investigations secret for the purpose of ensuring that there is no tampering with evidence, that witnesses are not threatened and that evidence is not influenced by threats or other methods.
It also stated that where an NDRD officer is interrogating a person the above objectives cannot be met without the consent of a higher authority.
1. New Delhi: Ministry of Home Affairs, Directorate of Legal Services (1998)

the karnataka civil service (classification, control and appeal) rules, 1957, 2. the head of the karnataka civil service secretariat shall, at the direction of the government, classify from time to time, according to the position held, and the grade of the services, theposts and assistant secretaries, group-b posts in respect of which the head of the karnataka government secretariat service has such responsibility.
unit-iv extradition: definition, purpose of extradition, legal duty, extradiction of political offenders, doctrine of double criminality, rule of speciality asylum: meaning, right of asylum, types of asylum deplomatice agents: who are diplomatic agent classification of heads of mission, functionof diplomatic agents, the basis of immunities and privileges, privileges and immunities, waiverof immunity, termination of diplomatic mission. consuls: classification, function, privileges and immunities. internation treaties: meaning, kindsformation, pacta sunt servanda, rebus sic stantibus, jus cogens, reservations and termination. books 1. starke, introduction to international law 2. rebecca wallace, international law 3. brownlie, principles of international law 4. s.k.kapoor, public international law 5. m.p.tandon, public international law 6. k.c.joshi, international law
unit-iv: aids law nature and scope, regulations of blood and blood products, regulation of sexual activity, rightand freedon, privacy and liability to report, liberty and secuity, movement, marriage and settingup of a family; work, education, social security, rights against degrading treatment, equalitybefore law. books : same as previous semester unit- i international organizations: definition, the condition which should exits for their development,their legal personality, capacity to enter into international treaties,, privilege and immunities,league of nations: principal organs, its weaknesses, mandate system. unit- ii united nations: establishment, preamble, purpose & principles of un, membership, suspension, expulsion andwithdrawl. principal organs of the un, amendment to the charter. unit- iii settlement of international disputes, pecific and compulsive, war: definition, non-war armedconflic t, declaration, legal regulation, effects of the outbreak of war. the law of warfare- need, laws of land, maritime and aerial warfare, war crime-nurembergand tokyo trials, genocide: meaning, main provisions of the genocide convention. unit- iv neutrality meaning under the un charter, rights and duties of neutral and belligerent states,end of neutrality, right of angary, contraband and the doctrine of continuous voyage,blockade, right of visit and search, prize courts, books s.p.gupta, international organisation, ala h.o.agrawal, international law and human rights